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With all their wanton boughs dispute,
Nor be myself, too, mute.
On whose enameld bank I'll walk,
And hear how prettily they talk.
He'll feel the weight of it many a day,
To help to bear it away.
AN ODE TO SPRING.
Now the golden morn aloft
Rise, my soul! on wings of fire,
Yesterday the sullen year
See the wretch, that long has tost
THE GOLDEN GRAVE.
An old Irish legend has been thus beautifully translated by L. E. L. (Miss LANDON.)
He sleeps within his lonely grave
Upon the lonely bill,
All other sounds are still.
Each seems a funeral cry,
O'er ages long gone by.